The new Freddy Krueger is being played by the actor who played Rorshach in the Watchmen. The thing is, the actor is like 5-foot-nothing. So pretty much, the victims are getting stalked in their dreams by a midget. Ooh, scary. It looks pretty ridiculous. Robert Englund sh!ts all over this new Freddy.
10-14-2009, 11:33 PM #1
The new Freddy Krueger is a midget.
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Back in the time when I was 5 or 6 years old, my mom forced me to watch Freddy Krueger. I swear I used to have terrible nightmares for years...
But now I'm a man and also a fan of the sequel!All thoughts are dissatisfied desires which gives the enthusiasm for life: Thought is abstract semen seeking sentience.
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It's by Michael Bay... the guy who did Transformers. I'm sorry but he doesn't deserve to remake a classic horror film. He should only be relegated to CGI fest action flicks with zero substance.
Of course he had to add in Baysplosions with the factory as the first scene.Eternal Creatures are not so prudent.
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To see what I'm talking about and referencing: (someone embed this and will get repped)
Michael Baysplosions: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRS90V8BQGoEternal Creatures are not so prudent.
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Will not watch. Nobody can replace Robert Englund as Freddy. Those movies scared the absolute fuk out of me when I was little. I still remember sleeping with the covers over my head. I was scared out of my fuking mind to even use the bathroom at night after watching these movies. Nostalgia. It just wont be the same.
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It's called the american dream, because you have to be sleeping to see it....
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10-15-2009, 12:29 AM #20
and Freddy was only ever scary in the first and last of the Freddy movies anyway. maybe the third too.
what's more important is the quality of the script and plotting. obviously the execution of them too. he's not going to be the same as Englund, ridiculous to expect him to be, but I'll only bitch about it when I see the movie and it sucks.
if by a miniscule chance it doesn't, yaay
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10-15-2009, 01:52 AM #21
Is there a far larger pool of filmakers making movies these days? Definitely.
Is it far cheaper to film a low budget movie? Definitely.
Do both these points mean more filmakers are taking creative risks and being uninterfered with by studios/investors? almost definitely.
how can I be completely wrong when I make some points that are definitely true?
I've elaborated pretty clearly. Come back when you can elaborate your claim that I'm "completely" wrong.
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10-15-2009, 02:16 AM #22
Great 2009 movies I've seen:
Drag Me To Hell (cheesy, cheery fun)
The Hurt Locker
The Brothers Bloom
No shortage of innovation in that list, and that's only mainstream wide-cinema releases I mentioned because they're the ones everyone will recognise, and the last quarter of the year is often the best. so what will the year look like after The Informant, Where the wild things are, The Road, Lovely Bones, Fantastic Mr Fox, A Serious Man, etc?
pretty rich in innovation and great movies most likely, and again, that's only talking about big films, wide releases.
That's ignoring minor release indies and foreign films, both of which have a far more plentiful output and pool of talent, and ability to do things, than they had in the kind of years where it took Peter Jackson 4 years to shoot Bad Taste.
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10-15-2009, 02:19 AM #23
But a far bigger pool of films has resulted in a more varied industry and a greater output of good films. Just like there are far more great soccer players than there are great bodybuilders.
Have you ever tried shooting anything on film? I have. Sh!t is slow and expensive. Have you ever tried to edit anything on film? I've been too afraid to try, but I've watched it happen, cowering in the corner in fear and horror.
Nowadays shooting footage costs next to nothing, far less needed in terms of lighting and editing costs, let alone the availability of all these things at our disposal
I mean creative risks. I never said remaking a film fits into that kind of risk.
Nothing has changed there, except now the NON Hollywood industry IS WAAAAY BIGGER AND BETTER THAN IT WAS!!! there is more freedom in moviemaking now than ever before, both technically and creatively.
The past is always viewed with rose tinted glasses because the crap is forgotten. But the talent pool is bigger now, more can and is being done for less, and lack of creative restraints in particular continues to reach a growing group of people.
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